1. US Open Favorites 2012: Ranking the Chances of Top Golfers

    Olympic may be "The Graveyard of Champions" but talking about the favorites isn't a fruitless exercise. After all, it's not preordained for an underdog to win at Olympic, just a prevailing trend...

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  2. Tiger Woods: Analyzing Golf Legend's Top 10 Greatest US Open Moments Ever

    Early on in Tiger Woods ' career, many doubted that he could ever win an Open. He couldn't drive it accurately enough, they said. He couldn't win an Open from that thick, brutal rough...

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  3. Phil Mickelson: 5 Most Memorable U.S. Open Moments

    The U.S. Open and fun generally go together about as well as oil and water, and Phil Mickelson knows this all too well. The 41-year-old has put together some great performances at his national open, but with five runner-up finishes and nary a U...

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  4. Memorial Tournament 2012: Rory McIlroy Flames out in Columbus

    Two weeks away from returning to the U.S. Open, the tournament that saw the greatest performance of his young career, Rory McIlroy is in shambles on the golf course. The world No...

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  5. The 10 Hardest U.S. Open Holes of All Time

    The U.S. Open has certainly never been a friendly or low-scoring affair. There was the Massacre at Winged Foot (and a gut-wrenching part two as well), the disastrously dry conditions ...

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  6. Players Championship 2012: The 10 Most Dramatic Finishes in Tournament History

    The Players Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass was built specifically for fan excitement, and it has certainly delivered...

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  7. Players Championship 2012: Rickie Fowler and 5 Favorites Who Will Disappoint

    A big tournament inevitably brings a great deal of scrutiny for the game's premier players. Sure, the Players is not a major championship, but it's almost as important and is a tournament where the best in the game are expected to step up...

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  8. Players Championship 2012: Power Ranking Hardest Holes at Golf's Fifth Major

    The most lucrative week in golf for the pros who make up the PGA Tour (seriously, a $1.71 million payout for the winner?) is upon us once again...

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  9. 2012 Wells Fargo Championship: Exciting Sunday Ahead

    With a third consecutive round in the 60s, Webb Simpson surged to the top of the leader board at the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, N.C. on Saturday...

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  10. Assembling the Most Impossible 18-Hole Course from World's Toughest Venues

    Despite what some may think, humans love to witness disaster in sports. How else could one explain the excitement they feel when an athlete fails at exactly the wrong moment? Sure, ...

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  11. Ben Curtis Surprising Leader at Valero Texas Open

    A former major champion sits atop the leaderboard of the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio, but the proceedings are from expected...

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  12. Colt Knost Gets Chance to Finally Break Through on the PGA Tour

    Five years ago, a golfer named Colt Knost from Southern Methodist University (SMU) made a daring decision. The young man, who had won the U.S. Amateur and the U.S...

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  13. Masters 2012: Everything You Need to Know About Augusta's Final Round

    The first two rounds at Augusta National yielded precious few low scores and a packed leaderboard, but on Saturday red numbers went up all over the course and the contenders separated themselves from the field...

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  14. Masters 2012: Stars in Best Position for Masters Win

    The Masters is now officially halfway complete and it's shaping itself up for a potentially fantastic weekend. The leader board is tightly packed, as seven players are within one shot of the lead and 30 are within five...

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  15. Masters Field 2012: Sang-Moon Bae and Unknowns You Shouldn't Overlook

    The Masters has had its fair share of surprise winners over the years. There was Herman Kaiser in 1946, who claimed the green jacket after the incomparable Ben Hogan missed a two-foot par putt at the last hole...

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  16. Masters Predictions 2012: Top 10 Golfers Poised for First Green Jacket

    Augusta National is surely a course golfers wish to see every year. There is the fresh Georgia air, the luscious fairways and greens and those most famous azaleas...

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  17. Masters Favorites 2012: How the World's Top 5 Will Do at Augusta

    Although the Masters' prohibitive favorite, Tiger Woods , is not among the top five in the world golf rankings, a stellar group of players still hold these spots...

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  18. Shell Houston Open: Ernie Els with One Last Chance to Qualify for Augusta

    In his 18 appearances at the Masters, it seems quite odd that Ernie Els has not earned the coveted lifetime exemption. Els certainly has the talent to win at Augusta. The man has over 60 worldwide victories and three major titles to his name...

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  19. 2012 Masters: Ranking the Top 25 Masters Tournaments of All-Time

    Since 1934 (with a brief interruption due to World War II), the Masters has been producing high-quality champions. At the famed Augusta National, the tournament has provided a great deal of drama over the years...

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  20. After Friday 65, Tiger Woods in Position but Still Has Work To Do

    Tiger Woods and Charlie Wi are your 36-hole co-leaders at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Wi may have been in this position a few times, but for Woods, this is exceedingly familiar...

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  21. Tiger Woods Healthy and Ready to Go at Bay Hill

    Two weeks after straining his Achilles tendon and withdrawing from the WGC-Cadillac Championship, Tiger Woods couldn't be in better health. The 36-year-old has been reporting full-health recently, and has now completed four straight days of golf...

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  22. Rickie Fowler and the Top 15 Under 27 Golfers Ready to Overtake Tiger

    Over the past two years, the PGA Tour has lost much of its marketing power with the deterioration of the golfing game of its greatest star, Tiger Woods ...

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  23. Tiger Woods: 20 All-Time Greats We'd Have Loved to See Go Toe-to-Toe with Tiger

    In the history of the game of golf, Tiger Woods may be the single toughest competitor to beat. Woods can hit the ball a mile, has a magnificent iron game, putts at a level few have ...

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  24. Top 5 Storylines Heading into the 2012 WGC-Cadillac Championship

    After a month that saw the re-emergence of Phil Mickelson , the talent of young stars like Bill Haas and Hunter Mahan come through and the possible budding of a rivalry between Rory ...

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  25. Tiger Woods: The Honda Classic and Beyond

    For years Tiger Woods had heard the pundits criticize his lack of tournament play. And for years, Woods had refused to cave, hanging onto an increasingly sparse schedule...

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